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Definitions—ch 10

In this chapter:

"connected"—a thing is connected with an offence if—

        (a)     the offence has been committed in relation to it; or

        (b)     it will provide evidence of the commission of the offence; or

        (c)     it was used, or it is intended to be used, to commit the offence.

"occupier", of premises, means a person believed by an inspector, on reasonable grounds, to be the occupier of, or in charge of, the premises.

"offence "includes an offence that there are reasonable grounds for believing has been, or will be, committed.

"premises" includes—

        (a)     a structure, building, aircraft, vehicle or vessel; and

        (b)     a place (whether enclosed or built on or not); and

        (c)     a part of premises (including premises mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b)).

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